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Google working on micropayments system for newspaper sites

Posted on Saturday, September 12 2009 @ 00:41:39 CEST by


ComputerWorld reports Google plans to launch a micropayments service that would let Internet users pay a small amount of money to access individual stores on news websites. This service will reportedly become part of Google's Checkout online payments service in 2010.
The plans were revealed in a document Google submitted to the Newspaper Association of America (NAA), which had solicited ideas for how to monetize content online, something some publishers have had difficulty with.

In the next year, Google plans to launch a "micropayments" feature as part of its Checkout online payments service, it said in the document. The system could allow consumers to buy a package subscription to several publications and then pay for other stories on an a la carte basis. In a separate statement, Google said on Thursday it had no specific products to announce. But in a separate statement on Thursday, Google said it had no specific products to announce yet.



 



 

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